Help Fund Nature Conservation
Conservation Management for Peolple and Wildlife
Help Friends of Troopers Hill raise funds for wildlife conservation work.
Troopers Hill is managed in accordance with a Management Plan and our vision for Troopers Hill :
The most important habitat on Troopers Hill is the acidic grassland and heathland, this covers the central area of the site and is the core of the reserve and the reason it was created.
Friends of Troopers Hill, led by our Chair, Susan, are asking for additional funds for nature conservation on the site. This money will be used for everything from gloves and tools for volunteers to paying contractors to do work beyond the abilities of volunteers and Bristol City Council. Nature conservation also includes events to encourage people to value the site, such as the Bugs and Beasties event we hold in August during Bristol Balloon Fiesta weekend.
Gorse is one of the challenges we face on site, there are many more. Why not come to a nature conservation work party or one of our public events to find out more? Explore our website to find everything from Troopers Hill’s nature conservation management plan to the list of 83 species of bee that have been recorded there.
If you would like to start your own fundraising campaign to help with this important work please contact us to discusss your ideas.
Friends of Troopers Hill are also keen to welcome groups from local offices who can work on Troopers Hill as part of team-building exercises or would just like to give something back to the local community while having a great day out.
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